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Your pictures of Scotland: 21 - 28 October

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image captionThe lights and music at the Enchanted Forest in Pitlochry were 'beautiful and relaxing', said Stephen Bland from Aberdeenshire. If you want to let us know what you think of this week's pictures, go to http://www.facebook.com/bbcscotlandnews
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image captionRooftops in Stonehaven prompted Gavin Brady, from Fife, to grab his camera and record the view.
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image captionFergus Mould, from Drumnadrochit, was among the spectators at the Scottish ploughing championships in Tore, Inverness.
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image captionThe sky over Eilean Donan castle added to the atmosphere on Alan Calder's journey to Skye.
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image captionThe sight of these suspended heads in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum made Tom Barnes, from Glenrothes, smile.
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image captionThe reactive light wall at the Discovery Film Festival enticed Andrew Wright, from Fife, to capture the moment.
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image captionTayside Fire and Rescue were on a training exercise at the Hermitage when David, Julie and Gunnar Law, from Fife, came across them.
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image captionThe M8, near Townhead, in Glasgow was photographed from a height of 45m by Stuart Baird, from Wishaw.
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image captionThe reflection of the newly refurbished McManus art gallery and museum caught the eye of Eddie Ross from Newburgh, Fife.
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image captionAs the waves crashed in Port Erroll harbour, at Cruden Bay, Stewart Paul said he 'anchored' himself to the wall.
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image captionAlice visited Craignethen Castle, South Lanarkshire, with dad Stuart Spalding, her mum and brother.
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image captionLow cloud did not detract from the view of Ben Buie for Martin Kubes.
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image captionThe 'singing sands' beach or Camas Sgiotaig, on the Isle of Eigg, was deserted when Paul Cooper and springer spaniel William visited. They were on holiday from Derbyshire.
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image captionThe last sign of summer? Bryan Burke saw these daisies in a field in Fife while out walking the dog.
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image captionFingal's Cave, caught on camera by Gordon Bruce, who said this was probably his last visit to Staffa this year.

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